Huge Qatari offer to buy Inter Milan

A huge Qatari offer to buy Inter Milan mediated by a Real Madrid legend. The Italian giant is expected to witness a number of developments in the coming period.

The Inter Milan administration has received English, Saudi, and American offers to buy the entire club. However, President Stephen Zhang rejected these offers.

However, the American company “Oak Tree” entered as a partner in the Nerazzurri board of directors recently for an investment of approximately 250 million euros.

Inter Milan, led by its Italian coach Antonio Conte, managed to end a series of 9 seasons of Juventus’s local domination.

Inter Milan’s financial problems might force them to sell some of their stars.

One of the stars nominated for sale in the summer transfer period is Moroccan international player Achraf Hakimi. Chelsea is thus trying to avoid the issue of the Financial Fair Play Regulations from the UEFA.

According to RMC, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are vying to sign Hakimi from the Italian team.

The two clubs were keen to open negotiations with Inter Milan to include the player. But the Nerazzurri refused.

In a related context, the Italian club’s financial problems caused coach Antonio Conte to not continue, despite the latter’s success to win Serie A.

This may open the door for Hakimi to leave after his first season.

Huge Qatari offer to buy Inter Milan

According to several Italian reports, Inter Milan officials have received a huge Qatari offer to buy Inter Milan from the current Chinese owners.

Now, the Suning Group owns the club.

Interestingly, the offer is mediated by the former Brazilian player Roberto Carlos.

In fact, the Brazilian legend joined Inter in the 1995-1996 season, but without much success. Then he left for Real Madrid.

Tuttosport confirmed that a Qatari investment company submitted an offer to the Suning Group, which owns Inter, with the aim of buying the club.

The Qatari company was keen on the mediation of Roberto Carlos. They want to present the offer and conduct negotiations during the past few days.

The Qatari company confirmed that it wants to acquire the entire Italian team.

However, the Chinese administration of Inter Milan responded by rejecting the offer and deciding that the club was not for sale in the first place.

 

See also: Conte’s Demands to Accept Coaching Real Madrid

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